Do you remember who you were when you were little?
You’re pretty amazing…
Are curious and inquisitive.
Are honest with their words.
Are stubborn (knows what they want and are driven to getting it)
Mistakes and failure don’t discourage them (because if it did, no adult would ever learn how to walk or ride a bike).
They are not racist and trusting because they see the good in people.
Are not stingy with their affection and give lots of hugs.
Value commitment and make sure you hold up to yours.
Are not afraid of showing their emotions and crying.
Forgive and don’t hold grudges (They fight all the time, but still stay as friends).
Laugh at simple joys in life.
But most importantly, they believe in their dreams and don’t think that anything is impossible.
Little people have some inspiring qualities that most adults I know don’t have anymore.
There’s also a beautiful story from one of my favorite people in the world, Dr. Masaru Emoto.
He is most known for the water crystallization study he published, and if you don’t know him or THAT yet, google it (and let it change your life as it did mine).
In an interview, he once said that when he was young, he used to stare at water for hours and hours believing that the water had a message for him. Or was it his mom who said that? lol. anyway…
In his wise words he said something on the lines of…
“If you want to know what your purpose in this life is, go back to what it is in your childhood that fascinates you and captures your curiosity the most.”
So, cheers to never growing old.
x Sarah S.
*photos credit to the owners